Scheduling your time should be simple, and fast. The best calendar for mac applications are functional and clean designs and sync well between your Mac and iPhone or iPad. They have separate work and home calendars and allow you to see only the appointments that are important to you. You can also personalize your agenda view and add features such as natural language processing and drag-and-drop time allocation for meetings.
One of the most well-known names in mac tools Apple’s Calendar is available for free and is available on every Mac. Its simplicity makes it a good option for people who need the basics. It’s also integrated with iMessages, Mail and Siri, which means that your appointments will be visible in these apps. It comes with a variety of views, including weekly and look these up monthly, and an agenda view and an overview of the year. Addresses will be displayed in Apple Maps, and you are notified of travel times prior to your appointment. It doesn’t include a to-do list, but you can choose to include tasks from Reminders or Todoist incorporated into your schedule.
BusyCal is another alternative. It is similar to Apple’s Calendar however, it has some distinct differences. It has five views (daily view weekly view, month view year view, and a list), natural language processing, animated real-time feedback and the capability to drag meeting times. It can also display your to-dos and integrates with apps such as Trello and Todoist to manage tasks (creating new occurrences in the form of Todoist cards or Zapier actions). It isn’t able to sync as easily with multiple accounts like some of the other alternatives on this list. However it does support iCloud Exchange.